Arguing before the Supreme Court is daunting at any time, but arguing there for the first time -- that's the ne plus ultra of fear, exhilaration and unpredictability. More than a dozen lawyers recount their experiences in a recent issue of The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process, in riveting essays full of personal details that make it clear that a first-time experience at the Court is etched in a lawyer's memory like no other episode in his or her life.
Like a Virgin
The American Lawyer
November 20, 2003
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